January 13, 2009


I don't know if I mentioned it, but for the next 3 weeks, I'll be playing the role of Charity Dive, a southern Baptist preacher's wife in Atlanta's hit comedy, VERANDA. I was interviewed by Michael Alvear on my role:

And if you're in the Atlanta area, this play is a laugh riot, drawing sell-out crowds made of of everything from gays to actual churchgoing bible belt folk. Today, we were crying with laughter while rehearsing and the director told us that we were allowed one "Carol Burnett moment per performance", so use it wisely. The playwrights are GLAAD Award-winning gay duo John Gibson and Anthony Morris, who also co-wrote PEACHTREE BATTLE, the longest running play in Atlanta's history. The show's actual star is the insanely funny Tina McKissick, who's also my roommate.

I've also been totally inspired by a young black actor who is blind! A match made in heaven! A cute black guy who can't see me! If only he were physically handicapped as well so that he couldn't get away from me as easily! Read about his story in the Atlanta Constitution HERE.

I join the cast Thursdays-Sunday matiness from 1/15-1/30. For tickets/more info, checkout ANSLEYPARKPLAYHOUSE.

And if you subscribe to Sirius Radio, Frank Decaro will interview me on Thursday on The Frank Decaro Show this Thursday at 11;20!.


Blogger Mitzi said...

"Break a leg" Bunny as the luvvies say over here, and I hope you get a warm hand upon your entrance.

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Blogger Lady Bunny said...


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